The final decision on fares: despite the protests, the fares in public transport of Kyiv will increase

The final decision on fares: despite the protests, the fares in public transport of Kyiv will increase



Today, 18:52

  • The number of views


The fare will increase from 14 Jul.

On July 14 in urban passenger transport will be established new rates for travel.

The corresponding order was signed by Kyiv city state administration, despite the demands of the protesters.

So, the fare will rise in the metro, bus, tram, trolley, cable car and city train.

A single ticket will cost of 8.00, and for passengers who regularly travel by public transport and using a system of replenishment of contactless cards, will be able to pay for 1 trip in the metro from 6.50 UAH, in the case of a one-time purchase of 50 trips.

Also retain the benefits of travel by public transport for pensioners, veterans of the ATO, Chernobyl veterans and other preferential categories of the population.

Video on 14 July, the public transport in Kiev will rise to 8 UAH

Want to go – pay more. Metropolitan municipal buses will be twice as expensive. July 14, trips on buses, trolley buses, funicular and metro will cost 8 hryvnia. For beneficiaries promise to leave the passage free. The authorities claim that such an unpopular move forced to go because the cost is much higher than the cost of the ticket.

TSN. 19:30

5 Jul, 20:57

Earlier today, July 12, protesters tried to storm the break in the hall of the Kyiv city Council, demanding not to raise tariffs for journey in public transport. At the same time, the public transport workers demanded higher wages. Two dozen protesters tried to reach the parliamentary halls. They were prevented by the police. Some of the police officers were in a special ammunition that has angered activists. At the session of the opposition factions tried to cancel the decision on increase of tariffs, but they did not have enough votes.


  • rates
  • transport
  • travel

Next post

Saw a bug — Ctrl+Enter

Letter to the editor

© Materials


Editor’s choice